KPD: Two of three men arrested after armed home invasion in West Knoxville


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Police are searching for the last of three men accused of breaking into a West Knoxville home last month and holding a family at gunpoint in order to steal one wallet and a PlayStation video game console, court records show.

Abdul Kadir-Sayyid Penn, 18, and Calvin Lalique Roper, 20, were arrested after the Jan. 15 home invasion on Glen Brook Drive. They face charges including three counts of aggravated kidnapping and one count of aggravated burglary.

The third suspect in the home invasion, whom police asked the News Sentinel not to name in this story, remains at large.

At 3:30 p.m. on Jan. 15, Knoxville Police Department officers responded to a reported home invasion in the 6700 block of Glen Brook Drive. 

A female resident told police she was inside her bedroom when she heard a loud noise

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Suspect Arrested In Home Invasion Of Wagoner County Teen Home Alone

MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma –

Deputies arrested a suspect in a home invasion in Wagoner County last week in which a 13-year-old boy was tied up and robbed.

Sheriff Chris Elliott says Aaron Johnson was one of three men who broke into the home near 50th Street North and Highway 69 on the morning of January 11, 2018. 

Deputies said the teen was home sick from school when he heard someone enter the home. He said three men tied him up with an electronics cable and put a pair of shorts over his head.

After they left he freed himself and went to a neighbor’s house and the neighbor called 911.

1/11/2018 Related Story: Teen Tied Up, Robbed During Wagoner County Home Invasion

Deputies arrested Johnson on Tuesday on complaints of kidnapping, burglary, threatening to commit an act of violence and possession of a firearm while committing a felony and possession of a firearm after previous felony conviction.

Sheriff Elliott said his office received many tips thanks to media coverage of the crime and investigators soon identified Johnson as a suspect. Because he’s a felon they compared his mugshot to the surveillance video and his fingerprints to those gathered at the

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